Shabu Shabu - Japanese hotpot






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20 minutes


  1. 2 liters of broth water made from kombu seaweed (can be replaced with fish, meat or vegetable broth if necessary)
  2. 2 teaspoons dashi powder
  3. 200 g thinly sliced ​​pork (possibly from an Asian supermarket - they often have meat ready for Shabu Shabu)
  4. 250 g udon noodles
  5. 300 g of tofu
  6. 100 g enoki mushrooms divided into small bundles (may be replaced by other mushrooms)
  7. 6 shiitake mushrooms (can possibly be replaced by others (can possibly be replaced by other mushrooms
  8. ¼ Chinese cabbage
  9. 1 carrot
  10. 3 spring onions


    1. 4 tablespoons ponzu ( sour spice sauce - can be bought in a bottle
    2. 4 tablespoons goma dare (sesame sauce - can be bought in a bottle)

      Course of action

      • Fill a medium pot with water and dashi powder and bring to a boil over high heat
      • While the water is boiling, prepare the vegetables for boiling. First cut the cabbage into squares of approx. 3 cm x 3 cm, then the tofu in 2 cm x 2 cm squares
      • Slice the carrot and the spring onions approx. 6 cm long
      • For the enoki mushrooms, remove the roots and separate them into small bundles for eating
      • Remove the stems from the shiitake mushrooms
      • Put everything on one plate and move it next to the Shabu Shabu pot ready for cooking
      • Then place your pork on another plate next to the vegetables
      • If you bought your udon frozen, you can put them in a bowl and pour boiling water over them
      • Then drain and put them in a bowl next to the meat and vegetables.

      Next, we prepare the dipping sauces!

      • Use two small bowls for each person at the table. Fill one with ponzu and the other with sesame sauce
      • Place them in front of each person with a set of chopsticks



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